High School Sports

  • BHS heads to regional volleyball tourney

    AURORA — The second season for Brighton’s volleyball team starts Saturday at Cherokee Trail High School, 25901 E. Arapahoe Road.

    The Bulldogs take a 14-9 record and the 30th seed into the three-team class 5A, Region 7 tournament. Rock Canyon, which has the 18th seed, also is in the field. The team that wins two matches advances to the state 5A tournament at the Denver Coliseum.

  • Mordecai takes 12th in state 5A cross country meet

    COLORADO SPRINGS -- Brighton's Dan Mordecai finished 12th in this year's boys race at the state 5A cross country meet at the Penrose Equestrian Events Center Oct. 25.

    Mordecai, a senior, finished in a time of 17:21. He finished third in last week's regional meet at the Northglenn Open Space Park.

  • Volleyball: Brighton rallies to beat Prairie View; T-Hawks claim league title on tie-breakers

    BRIGHTON -- Brighton's volleyball team rallied from two sets down Oct. 23 to beat Prairie View in five sets and create a three-way tie for the Eastern Metro Athletic Conference title. The set scores were 16-25, 15-25, 26-24, 25-18, 15-8.

    Even so, the ThunderHawks came out of a three-way tie for the league title with the EMAC crown.

  • Prairie View closes out its cross country season

    NORTHGLENN — Joseph Langer was first across the finish line for the Prairie View cross country team in the boys race of the class 5A, Region 4 regional cross country meet Oct. 17. He finished in a time of 17:29.8. Others in the top five for the T-Hawks were Xavier Hunt (53rd, 18:09.7), Garrett Trudell (60th, 18:32.2), Gary Kurtz (68th, 18:49.5) and Adam Elias (90th, 19:34.4).

  • PVHS all-conference softball roster

    Prairie View’s Taylor Thomas, Margarita Sena, Julianna Alvarado and Brooklyn Trujillo were first-team, all-Eastern Metro Athletic Conference softball selections this season. 

    Sirena Maynes was a second-team choice. 

    The T-Hawks finished second in the EMAC standings and lost in the regional tournament in Brighton.

  • PVHS golf all-conference winners

    Four of Prairie View’s golfers earned all-conference honors this fall.

    They were Andy Yang and Hunter Nicholas (first team), Taron Ford (second team) and Diego Nolasco (third team).

    Nicholas also earned the conference’s player of the year honors. It’s the second year in a row that a ThunderHawks’ golfer earned such distinction. Yang won the honor last year.

  • Brighton athletic schedule Oct. 31

    Here is today's Brighton area prep sports schedule:

    Football: Lakewood @ Prairie View, first round, state 5A playoffs, 7 p.m.; Brighton vs. Grandview, Cherokee Trail High School, first round, state 5A playoffs, 7 p.m.

  • BHS scoreboard


    Brighton rolled past Adams City 25-2, 25-7, 25-3 win at Adams City Oct. 21. No stats were available for either team.

    BHS split its four matches at the season-ending Rangeview tournament over the weekend. The wins were against George Washington and Northglenn. The losses were to Arapahoe (in three sets, the maximum allowed for tournament play) and to Pueblo West. BHS finished the regular season with a record of 14-9.

  • Prairie View scoreboard


    Prairie View had 12 kills and two aces from Lexi Kite and 11 more kills from Lauren Gonzales in its 25-11, 15-25, 25-22, 25-23 win at Rangeview. Bianca Asheim and Serena Bruin had five blocks at the net.

  • Eagle Ridge scoreboard


    Eagle Ridge stopped Aurora West 25-9, 25-17, 25-15 in Aurora Oct. 21. Sidney Benson had 14 kills, seven aces and five blocks. Hannah Williams chipped in with 10 kills, and Amber Cline had four blocks and seven digs.

    "We played well in our first set but struggled in the next two sets," ERA coach Stephanie Hose said. "We determined that we need to work more on serve/receive.  Hopefully we can learn from the mistakes we made in order to make our team even better."